EXPERIENCES OF AUTISTIC PEOPLE ACCESSING SERVICES

The ARC is exploring autistic people and their family carers’ access and experiences of a range of services across Europe and beyond. The project is called ACCESS-EU.

To make the research as meaningful as we can, we need as many participants as possible.

We would also appreciate it if you could share this advert with your mailing list(s)/local networks or on social media channels such as Facebook pages or Twitter feeds.

We are hoping to hear from those:

– who are autistic and over 16 years old or a parent/family carer of an autistic person of any age who is unable to complete the survey themselves

AND

– who has (or their autistic family member has) accessed (successfully and unsuccessfully) a service

The survey is open to individuals (or carers with a family member) with a formal diagnosis of autism, those who are self diagnosed and/or waiting for an autism diagnostic service.

The survey takes 10-20 minutes to complete.

You can read more about the study and take part via https://cambridge.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8p1GcMpaSLjo0fP

We also have translated versions of the survey:

CZECH: https://rebrand.ly/ACCESS-EU-CZECH

FRENCH: https://rebrand.ly/ACCESS-EU-FRENCH

GERMAN: https://rebrand.ly/ACCESS-EU-GERMAN

ITALIAN: https://rebrand.ly/ACCESS-EU-ITALIAN

POLISH: https://rebrand.ly/ACCESS-EU-POLISH

SLOVENE: https://rebrand.ly/ACCESS-EU-SLOVENE

SPANISH: https://rebrand.ly/ACCESS-EU-SPANISH

If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Joyce Man or the study team on  autismpolicyresearch@medschl.cam.ac.uk

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Name *